Social sites prove fertile ground for tipping hoaxes

12/16/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Food & Beverage

A New Jersey waitress lost her job recently after it was revealed that a receipt purporting to show that a patron had left a note denigrating her lifestyle instead of a tip was likely a hoax. It's the latest illustration of how easy digital technology and social media make it to spread dramatic stories, whether they're true or not. Sometimes, they're both true and heartwarming, as in the case of the anonymous big tippers who call themselves "Tips for Jesus."

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